Thursday, June 16, 2011
Corfe II at sunset
Corfe Castle is such a special place. The first time I saw it, we traveled down from Bristol where I was living at the time, across part of Salisbury Plain, through Blandford Forum, “a delightful Georgian town”, to Lulworth Cove and then on to Durdle Door, a natural sea arch. We the drove across the army ranges to Corfe Castle. I would have liked to have seen it before the Roundheads destroyed it during the English Civil War.
About a week after I finished 'Corfe at Sunset' I decided to have a second go at this subject again. I almost managed to get the sunset I wanted. I may try again sometime.
Watercolour 22x15 inches on Saunders Waterford 200# rough paper
Posted by James Kissel at 12:09 PM
Labels: Corfe Castle, landscape, sunset
Location: Corfe Castle, Wareham, Dorset, UK
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